Laguna PowerHeat Pond De-Icer
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$64.99

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  • Maintain Open Hole In Ice for Vital Gas Exchange
  • Safe for Fish & Liners
  • LED Light Glows When On

The Laguna PowerHeat Pond De-Icer is designed to keep an area in your pond thawed in the winter allowing for crucial gas exchange to keep fish safe. The PowerHeat Pond De-Icer has 315 watts of heating power for power for better performance in colder temperatures and a 22 foot power cord. The 15 watt heating element will melt the snow on top of the unit allowing you to see the LED indicator light to let you know when the unit is working.

Looking to save on electricity? The Laguna PowerHeat Pond De-Icer works with the Thermo Cube® Outlet for additional savings!

Tech Specs

From product dimensions to operation manuals, the TECH SPECS tab contains all of the information you need to choose the right equipment for your pond.

Laguna PowerHeat Pond De-Icer
PowerHeat Pond De-Icer, 315 Watt
Power Cord Length 22'
Wattage 315
Recommended Pond Size Up to 500 Gallons
Warranty 1 Year
Dimensions 7" Dia x 2.5" H

How To Use

Place the de-icer in the pond first, positioned over the deepest part of the pond. Connect the power cord directly to an outlet, after the de-icer is floating on the surface of the water. If the pond has already frozen over create a small opening.

DO NOT break or chop the ice, this could shock the fish. Instead fill a pot with boiling water, attach a cord to it and place it on the frozen pond. The hot pot will eventually melt a hole through the ice surface. Once the hole is large enough, install the unit.